After announcing a slew of security features for G-suite, the company is now introducing a new change that is aimed at curbing Man In The Middle (MITM) phishing attacks. Adding a layer of protection to user sign-ins, the company will block logins that are done via embedded browser frameworks starting June this year. Google says it becomes difficult to detect whether it is an authentic sign-in by a user or a MITM phishing attack when embedded browser framework or when another automation platform is being used for authentication. Therefore, to help enhance user safety, it will block any sign-ins that occur via embedded browser frameworks.
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